Guidelines

Asset | Economics provides several guidelines for courses within the Bachelor programs 'Economics' and 'Economics and Business Economics', and the Master program Economics. Guidelines discuss the course content and are a very useful addition to the course material provided. They are not meant to be a substitute for the book, but rather a helping tool.

At the moment the following guidelines are available:

Bachelor Economics

Development Economics
Economics Growth and Institutions
Economics of the European Union
Environmental Economics
History of Economic Thought
Intermediate Microeconomics: Dynamic Models and Policy
Intermediate Microeconomics: Information Economics
International Trade
Philosophy of Economics and Economic Ethics
Principles of Microeconomics
Public Sector Economics

Bachelor Economics and Business Economics

Advancing Society: The Environment
Competition Policy and Regulation
Development Economics
Economics of the European Union
Grondslagen Micro-economie
History of Economic Thought
Intermediate Macroeconomics: Dynamic Models and Policy
Intermediate Microeconomics: Information Economics
Microeconomics: Theory and Analysis
Philosophy of Economics and Economic Ethics
Public Sector Economics


The price of a guideline is €3,- for members of Asset and €7,- for non-members. You can buy the guidelines at the Asset | Economics room E105. 

With our guidelines, we try to provide a complete coverage for all (bachelor) courses. At the moment, not all courses are covered and/or up-to-date. If you have made a good summary for one of the courses, please contact us at info@asset-economics.nl. In case your guideline is useful for future publishing, Asset | Economics will reward you with a maximum of €50,- depending on the guideline’s quality.

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